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persuasible

adjective per·sua·si·ble \-ˈswā-zə-bəl, -ˈswā-sə-\

Definition of PERSUASIBLE

Origin of PERSUASIBLE

Middle English, plausible, from Middle French, from Latin persuasibilis persuasive, from persuasus, past participle of persuadēre
First Known Use: 1502

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